GAËLLE TRIBIÉ practices in the Litigation group in the firm’s New York office. Her practice focuses on international commercial arbitration disputes, complex commercial litigation matters, and enforcement matters involving U.S. agencies.
Gaëlle has appeared before the American Arbitration Association (AAA)/International Center for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and represented parties in ad hoc arbitration proceedings. Gaëlle also has experience representing companies in SEC and DOJ investigations, as well as FINRA enforcement actions.
Representative engagements include:
- Representation of oil company in ad hoc international arbitration arising from dispute between investors in an oil and gas concession in Africa
- Representation of Asian electronic manufacturing company in arbitration administered by the ICC involving breach of warranty and contract claims relating to supply and engineering agreements
- Representation of Asian telecommunications equipment manufacturer in arbitration administered by the AAA/ICDR involving claims of fraud and breach of contract relating to patent license agreement
- Representation of client in Southern District of Indiana moving to vacate an order and quash subpoenas issued pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1782
- Representation of accounting firm in SEC and DOJ investigations
Gaëlle maintains an active pro bono practice. Her current pro bono matters include representing a journalist reporting on the George Floyd protests in a civil suit against defendants including the City of Minneapolis, a client in asylum proceedings, and incarcerated clients seeking compassionate release during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While attending Stanford Law School, Gaëlle was a senior editor for the Stanford Law & Policy Review. She also interned for Justice Melvin L. Schweitzer in the New York Supreme Court, Commercial Division and participated in the law school’s International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic.
Gaëlle is proficient in French.